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MOL Lubricants introduces ultra-low viscosity engine oil

MOL Lubricants introduces ultra-low viscosity engine oil
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MOL Lubricants, which is part of the MOL Group, a leading integrated Central Eastern European oil and gas corporation headquartered in Budapest, Hungary, has launched MOL Dynamic Gold NG 0W-16 engine oil for the latest car engines. The most advanced engines operate under huge loads and are subject to increased duty. To enable them to attain maximum performance and to provide them with complex protection, an engine oil with greater efficiency than conventional oils is needed.

MOL Dynamic Gold NG 0W-16 enables efficient operation for the most recently developed gasoline engines, creating an ideal balance between performance, engine protection and fuel saving. 

This fully synthetic lubricant meets the latest international ILSAC GF-6B, API SP specifications, as well as the latest Lexus, Hyundai and Kia requirements. Its use is recommended for gasoline engines manufactured with narrow clearances, hybrid cars and vehicles equipped with start-stop systems.

Despite its low viscosity, MOL Dynamic Gold NG 0W-16 delivers outstanding wear protection for engines.  It is designed to protect against low speed pre-ignition (LSPI), so it is ideal for turbocharged and direct-injection (TGDI) gasoline engines.

Its formulation prevents the clogging of gasoline particulate filters (GPF). 

It ensures excellent engine cleanliness as it protects against piston deposits at high temperature, so its use promotes longer life of any turbocharger. 

MOL Dynamic Gold NG 0W-16 enables easy start-up, providing lubrication to critical engine parts, even in extreme cold, to extend the life of the car battery and minimise wear. 

Moreover, its special, low HTHS viscosity formula contributes to fuel economy, so fuel cost-saving can be achieved. 

MOL Lubricants is one of the key players in lubricants production in Central and Eastern Europe. The company operates two lubricant plants and laboratories in Hungary and Croatia and has 10 sales offices and nine logistic centers across the region. MOL lubricants are available in more than 50 countries all over the world, including Taiwan, China and Vietnam.